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HOILEST SIPIIMSS WJVJEB
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Vhich isRis7
ikim? fi
. , i r,n,ttfl in sfsea
i he viexanana , -.,
the late elections in Virgima, sa ' the
i f... .t through the can adjust as
r i
nlv strove to hod itinmeu .
THte A. Kichmo.,.i Whig, m admnu
mis-
I ,- I lift Y HILT'S IU1 II1C1I SU
tenng
3 that if they, the Whigs, had
CI
' ."" t n-(:J ivrnld hnvft liPM"!
,4 4 - r.. :
re still more relaxed by the victory of
Sovetnber than the whig were by that de
fVit. .
Our own opinion-is, that the Democrats
went into the coon hunt with a determina
tion of making a clean sweep, and well nigh
lid thev accomplish their purpose, since one
.nlv ocaned them. Let the Democrats of
Ttnne.ssee follow their example. Sash.
I Tt ion.
DEIIOCRATIO IIEETING.
At a meeiing of a portion of the demo-
Mnrshn countv. convened
.t'tUfV.H House in I loll v Spring-?, on
Saturday the2Jnd March, 1815, according
previous notice, for the purpose of ap
, -ointin- delegate? to the contemplated State
Convention, to be field at the city of Jack--.
.n and al-o to take into consideration, the
propriety of holding a County Convention.
Oi inotion of J. W. Cii almeks, B. C.
! I.vrixv, Esq., was appointed Chairman and
.?. C. Au)KKso, Secretary.
When, on motion, the Hon. Joseph VY .
Chu,meu,Co1. J. W. Matthkws, James L.
Tonrx, F- P. Kkjimom and Richard 1 iiil
mps, Es!r's., were appointed a Committee
! fake into consideration the objects of
the meeting ami report thereon.
The Committee being retired for a short
time, returned and presented through their
( hairman, J. V. Ciiai.mku?, the following
PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTIONS.
Whereas, We esteem concert and hanno
i y dc.drable among the members of the
Democratic party, and in as much asacon
trarietv of opinion exists, as to the day up-
n which the Democratic Convention of
the State should assemble, and although the
people of the County of Marshall, have
heretofore indicated a preference for the
second Monday of May, yet a-; it appears
from the indications in mi died by the Press
f the party, that the first Monday of July,
i-most j-ceptable to our friends South,
!. li-! 'red That we will most cordially
tuiiteina Convention of the Democratic
party, to be assembled at the city of Jack
son.Vm the first Monday of July next, for
the purpose of nominating a Democratic
ticket for State and Federal offices, at the
i-n-aiing general Election in November
tiCX:.
'J. AWm, That Col. Samlet. D. Mar
tin, Su"r;in W. Lewfixk.v, Ivq-, Dr. J. W.
t .I.ENN, J VMKS II. U. 1 AVI.OU and J. II. 1VIL-
rvi niK, E-qrs., be and they are hereby ap
pointed L1- r ites, to rereent this County
iu ths Dcinocmtic State Convention, to as
semble in Jackson on the said 1st Monday
m Julv next, or at any other time, which
may be de airnated by the genera! assent of
the party, hi the primary assemblies ct the
I coplo: "and tliat Col. Samj t.l Mattiikws
:.nd Col. David C. CJliwx, be and they are
herein- nppointed alternates, to supply the
places of any of the delegates of Marshall,
'.hat mav fail to attend.
3. Itrs!n7, That a Convention for the
nomination of County Candidates, assemble
,t !,.- t.-,"-n f I Tollv Snrincrs, on the first
.nondavof July next to consist of ten dele-
atesfrom each police beat, in the County,
to be appointed by the people at their res
pective precincts," at such time or times, as
may be convenient to them.
Vl,uh were adopted.
Uctdwh That the Editors of the Guard,
he requested to publish the foregoing lieso-
Unions until the meeiing oi ine uminjf
Convention. 15. C. HAIUJ'IY, Ch'n
J.C. Ai.pr.r.soN, Secretary.
ILL HIJUI I II H Ill H I
Commissiapril Ju-iticc of the Peace and Con
ffiiMe in and for Marshall County, Male of
Trrcrs CVN.TAEl.rs. iXaiue or A'o. Dist.
U iili.tm UH'an, I, i I isinuiiinr'. ) HUvFrrin
( h- i U. Ho-, Win. VhiUi.i. - '
. District, No. L
-. - District No. 2.
District No. 3.
- -District No. 4.
- District No. 5.
I'arnuagton Dist.
- Snow Creek Dist.
Jahn (.uHi-i,
; P. nVlr..3a.!.-. j r,x,r,
.'..ha ii. Jotws, S
'! i"1 r'Tr1, "" jhn sw
J .'in C . 1 hurt If,-)
n..rr.lM.Yo.m!r.. 1Vm J: Ci,ieri
. -i-lah I !. AU-t in,- . ;.u fmr
v. ..... , J Jcrs-iiiirtti Limj,
H.-nti
tinTyn,". AUx j. e,.
rf 1 hll'll15-On
i t ortri
ihii A. Li'i-iut,-
.' inn A. B.iar-J,
'I Vacancy,-
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION.
rglIIK citizens of Holly Springs are respoct
fully informed tljat I will commence giving
instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music,
4 n the 'd ilay of June, in this place.
Terms For session of 5 months,- $25,00
Those wishing to avail themselves of this op
portunity, will please call at my Room at the
Union House, where satisfactory reference can
1. criven. JOHN F. BRAXDT.
MayiSJ, IS 15. J13 2t.
STILVYS OF 3IA11SIIALL COUNTY.
TAKEN up by William Morton
living three-quarters ot a mne
i Aorth ol Mountpleasant, one oaj
i Mare, about FIVE years old, the
TlgHt hind leg appears to have been hurt by
the Plough and the left jaw considerable
larger thin tl e ri-ht. Appraised to $10. .
JAMES II. SWAN, Ranger.
May 22, IS 15. ' 12-3t.
THE
ALSO, ON HAND AND FOR SLE,
BLANKS OF EVERY DESmTOOX
SUCH AS, SUBPOENAS, ATT C H
MENTS, DELIVERY BONDexF
CTTI0NS, &c. &c.
r T T
iNciATLi EXECITTEn AT
IJOVEIilBEB. Z:i.ECTX0Z7-1845
Election 3d and 4th XoTembert next.
1j Announcing candidate! for office for State f 10
County $3, to be paid down or assumed by tome responsi
ble name in town. - . '
Jt'DGE HIGH COIRT OF " ERRORS AI APFEAI
the IIO.. ALtA
aStjer . ctATTOXM-a't,tef,rr-'lerti?,,.to
the office of Jn.'a-e of the Hisrh i n o'' "IT
peals, at the ensuing So vernbtr Etectjon. ,
fHANCELLOn:
r. , ...tKrifl to aiinoutn-e Gen. STKI'HF.N
Cnriz. of Monroe County, a a Candidate for the OJice
r,f fhnnrUor of the Slate of SIn-i-PP, l tne .n-
eral t-Urrtion. If elected, he pronnses to resiUe at tn
S at of Goveniment.
v -r. thnrid to annownce Judgfe JoHX I. TAV
I.R, a a Candidate for the Oi&re of ChaaceUot of the
Sute of Mhsiippi, t Uie next general r.if-tuon.
CIRCUIT JUDCE;
Va authorised toaniioitiire the HON. JAMES M
HOWRY, as candidate for re-election to tne Judgeship
of this Pi-trict, composed of the counties of Ie Soto, Mar-
h:ill. Tfuoah. 1 i-hemins:o, lta wainDa, fontotoc, latayeiie
and l'oniia, at the ensuing November Election.
We are authorised to announce IIEGH R. MILLER,
Eo..aj a candidate for Judreof the 7th Judicial District
comr-osed ol the counties of Fanola,' Ijifa? tte, Pontotoc
. I rV' '.1.1 f C.,.
Itrnvauioa, I liiiemingo, 1 ippan, lursuau ana uv ouiy.
feTATE SEVATB.
We re authori-sed to announce Dr. S. O. CARCTIItRS
as an IndT
pendent candiciate to represent Marshall Conn
otate Senate of the Mississippi Legislature, ai
tv, in the
toe ensuing November election
REPRESENTATIVE. .
We are aiithorited to anuounce CAIT. JAMES IK R
TAYLOR, as a candidate fr a seat in the lower branch of
the Legislature, at iu axi seision. .
DISTRICT ATTOHXEV.
We are autkorwd to annoonce Col- SAMCKf. D. Mar
tin', as a candidate for District - Attorney of the seventh
Judicial District, at the ensuing Im ember t lection.
SIIEUIFF.
TT"Weare a:itlK3ried to annonnce JOHN R. McCAR-
KOLL as a candidate for ShenfTot Marshall Co., .Miss.
We are Bithoried to announce LEWIS SAWYER, a
acamiidate f.r Sheriff e-f Jlars-Lall county, Miss., at the
ensuing A o ember Election.
. CLERK CHANCERY COURT.
JAMr.s C. A I.TjEI'-SOX. the present Clerk of the District
Chancery Court at Holly Springs, forthe counties of Tip
pah, I'ontotoc, LaUvette, Panola, Coahoma, Tunica, Deso
to and IMa: '.iall, u a candidate for re-election to that oiCce
in A'ovensber next.
We are authoried to announce JfJiRY L. DOXY of
Fontotoc, a a candidate fr Chancery Clerk, in the Dis
trict compoiin. the counties of Tippah, Pontotoc, Lafay
ette, I'anola, Coahoma, Tunica, De Soto and Marshall.
We are authorised to anHOunce IlANMKAL Harris, as
a candidate for Chancery Clerk, in the District -composing
the counti of Tippah, Pontotoc, La Fayette. I'anola, Co
ahoma, Tunica, De Soto, and Marshall.
CLERK CIRCUIT COIRT.
We ars authorised to announce WILLIAM E. WIL
LIAMS; as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Marshall Coun
ty.Miss. . ,
ALEXANDER T. CARUTIIERS. the present Circnit
Clerk of Marshall County, Mis-., is a candidate for re-e!ec-
tion at the e nduing November election.
CEERK PROBATE COURT.
We are authorised to announce B ASH. C. HarIXY.bs a
candidate for the ollica of Frobate Clerk at the ensuing
November election. "
We are authorised to announce GcrdkxtiA WAtTF, as
a candidate for Frobate Clerk, at the ensuing November
election.
RANGER.
We are aifhoried to announce W. Ci. Mc5 Vl'GHEY, as
a candidate for Ringer, at the ensuing' November election.
We are r.ntherwd to fenounce the name of J. M. D.
y.lA-. ilt. ai l.'ondwiai-e &r Kairr, ft the enauinj; A otmh
ler Eelection. '
We are authorised to announce James II. Swan, a
candidate for re-election to the office he now 11, as Ran
ger of Mac-hall c unty. - - -
ASSESSOR.
We are authorised to announce Ror.RT JiCKSON, as a
candidate far Countv Assessor, at the ensuing November
Ebction.
WATCH-MAKER & JEWELER,
3 HAVING located in Holly
jijj. Springs, he is now prc-
pared to do any work in the a
bove line. ; Persons wishing
'spirt tlmir Watch fs, or Cuwks re-
tC paired, would do well -to give
extremely low. Silver, Ta
m.n and Tn v Spooxs made to order. Old Jitw
r.Litv neatly repaired. Old Gold and Silver
bought at Valuation at his shop, next door to
the Mayor's OiEce, on La Grange etreet
-n (5v.5J5ex5 No work will be permitted
(3C2ks2 to I taken aw ay until paid for
as his prices are FOR CASH ONLY.
May lf, 1815.
nlltf.
COME ALONG! -
coma ALONG.
A LL who want the cheapeand best Groce
ia. ries that can be bought in this Market,
will do well to call and examine our stock be
fore nurchasinar elsewhere As our stock was
carefully laid in for the cash, we feel confident
that we c an give good bargains for the cash;
Hvit without the cash, we will not do so well,
unless it is for country produce, which we will
hmtrr nnd buv all that comes to us.) Our
Stock consists in part of the following articles,
to wit: - -
25,0(X) lbs. Tennessee and Ohio Bacon;
10,01)0 " Louisiana Sugar;
10 Bags Rio and Java Coffee;
10 Kegs of nail, assorted; 5 Tierces
Rice; 100 loaves of Sugar; a large
lot of smoking tobacco;.
2 Kegs Ross's finest chewing tobacco;
20 bhU, flour; 5 do. Whiskey;
2 Lard; 4 do. Fish; 1 do. dried
Apples; .
40 Sacks coarse and fine Salt;
2 Casks fine London Porter; a large
lot of Tin AVarei Stone Ware, Tainted Buck
ets, Canny Pails, &e,, Horse and Mule Col
lars, Weed ing Hoes, I lames, Curry Combs,
Pickles, Wire Sieves, Powder, Lead, Can
dles, and Teas' of all kinds, Claret and Ma
deira Wines, a large assortment of Candies,
Almonds,' liaisons, Pecans, Shoe Thread,j
Spun Thread, Blacking, Copal Varnish, and
many other articles too numerous to men
tion. LONG & RAG SD ALE.
May 15, 1S45. U-tf.
BISoEuTIOIT OT.T AIIT2J1IRSIII3P.
T FftHE Partnership heretofore existing between
i- W. S. Randolph &. B, II. Greer, in the
name of Randolph &. Greer, has been dissolved
by the consent of the parties. Those who are
indebted to the'firm are respectfully requested
to make immediate payment to W. S. Randolph,
who is alone authorised to eollect the debts and
settle the business of the firm.
W.S. RANDOLPH,
f , BENJ. IL GREER. "
llollv Springs. March 27, 1843. hl-t&-
A Y v
Black List
Robert H. Love, for subscription to the
Uuard, V oi. 3, .1 UU
J. H. Thomas, for subscription, to the
Liuard, Vol. 3, ... ........... : . -1,UU
iC3 Persons names published as above,
Will receive n TtibH;lirl rrfffit. rhpn thfv
forkover. Wp hrti-R cprl mnrP nnmM
on hand, that will appear 'in a few weeksjig, "ipplj. Wh cS Src
T-. if. - l.r.Ji, ?J?.d ,Gen"lne Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,! ..??:' rr. ;
uu.wj iWj jmu.uk Tip me rruno. e wiui
expose those who wilfully swindle us.
OFFICERS
OF THE TOWN OF HOLLY
1 . ii,.-
KPKINGS
MAYOR
ULYSSES II. ROSS.
TOWN CONSTABLE.
WILLIAM W1LITESIDE.
TAX COLLECTOR.
FRANCIS M. IIACKWORTH
SELECTMEN.
S. TAYLOR,- JAMES ELDER,
HUGH CRAFT, J JOB H. GOODLETT.
RANDOLPH MOTT.
JAMES F.TROTTEB.
. JOSEPU II. KILPATRICK
TROTTER & KILPATRICK,
ATTORXEVS AT LAW,
HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS.
WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Tippah,
Marshall, De Soto, Panola and Lafayette coun -
ties. The District Chancery Court at Holly
Springs and the High Court of Errors and Ap-
jals at Jackson, when business requires.
May 8, 1815. . nIOtf.
UNION HOUSE
LIVEEY STABLE ,
"HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS.
iT . B. STONE, respectfully informs the pnb-
lie, that he is now provided with Horses,
Carriages, Buggies, and in fact almost any
means of con vevance that can nossiblv be de -
sired. Persons will be conveyed to anv portion
rf
of the country, or furnished with such means of
conveyance as they may desire. Horses kept
by the day, week or month, and treated with the
strictest attention.
HATES.
Single Fred," 25
Horsrr; (per month,)-.$10.00
Horse, (per oi gtit,) 50
" Hire, (perdav,)..-!
" day,-. .70
" week,- -... $3,00
Horse & Busy, pr. day, 2,50
2 i lorses & Hack " . 5,00
07" All Horses kept by the month or week,
must be paid for promptly, at the end of each
month or week. Persons hiring' Horses or
Carriages, will be held liable for any injury or
tamage done.
May 8, 1815. . nlO 8m.
ATTENTION!!
rIIE Militia of the 50th and 57th Regiments
of Mississippi, are hereby notified to ap
pear on the pubhc square in Holly Springs, on
i. -1... .i . .m.i -c- i ,n t
- - - j -.. . .
rnnnv Tin.iuin luinis nuinin. nr in o rifirb:
M. armed and equipped as the Law directs, for
he purpose of training and improving in Mar-
imi uxercist; anu )uss u iufitw, a ii
ioned and non-Comrmssioned. officers of both
legiments will meet tho day before for Drill.
By order oi the Comrhandcr-in-Chief.
- - Jt II.-CVRRlr,A(l:50th RceT"
May 1, 1S45.
nJ
IVIAIiE SCKOOIi.
THE subscriber will continue his School in
Holly Springs, and is now prepared to ac
commodate a lew boarders, -i'arents and guar
ians are requested to . call and. examine his
School before deciding to send elsewhere. The
course will embrace a. thorough English and
Classical Education. French will be taught if
desired.
TERMS. Board and Tuition in all branches
815,00 per month. Payable one half in advance.
FRANCIS MINOR.
May 1, 1845. n9 lm.
l. o.
WALKER.
P. - II. SMITH.
T?TCC
HAVE associated themselves in the practice of
Medicine, and respectfully tender their profes
sional services to the citizens of Holly Springs
and the surrounding country. 1 heir joint ser
vices will be given, whenever necessary, without
additional charge. 05" Office on Centre streets
April a 1, 184.. , nS 4 m
SCHOOL AT TACALEECIIE,
. MARSHALL COUNTY, MISS.
TIffi subscriber respectfully begs leave to in
form the public that he has procured the servi
cesofMr. J. L. ETHERIDGE as a School
Teacher, and oners to board Students at the
following rates, viz;
For Board, Lodging, "Washing and Tui
tion, all under 1 1 years of age, per month, 83,00
Over 1 1 and under 15,. . 0,00
Over 15, . ... .7,00
The School is now in Session and will con
tinue until November. The following branches
will be taught, to wits " -
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Arithme
tic. English Grammar, Geography, -History,
Philosophy, Chemis
try, Astronomy, -c. -c.
-The above priceswill be required every two
months, invariably in advance. - ,
The School-House is situated within half a
mile of the subscribers residence. .
. A more healthy location than Tacaleeche. the
subscriber flatters himself, could not be found
in ivorth Mississippi. ;
No pains will be spared to take care of those
entrusted to his care. E; F. POTTS.
April, 21, 1S45. ' . - nS 2w.-
? : :
H. STRATTOX. . Ji H. GOODLETT,
e. Mttivrrr.
V. (He
COM3IJSSIOX, RECEIVING, &. FOR
WARDING MERCHANTS,
MEJrPIIIS, TEXX.'
On Front Row, between Exchange Smiare and
i" Jcait lioad.
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the
public, that they have associated .themselves to
gether forthe purpose of carrying on the above
r n rm
Dusmess in iiiempnis, ienn. iner Dromiiw
strict attention to ail business entrusted to
them, and hope by close application o the inter
est of their patrons to merit a share of patronage.
Dec. 4, 1S44. nll-ly.
- WANTED,
A BOY 13 or 14 years of age, as an Appren
tice to the Printing Business. Don't all
come" at once. fZr A lad . from the countrv
would be preferred. Gcard OfSce. : ;
NEW :
E. A. TALBOT,
ll '
ii
(At th& SiS f Golilen Mortar.)
lnuow uiass, i'utty, &c,
C5" Country Physicians and others, who wish
for GOOD DRUGS, are invited to call. Ileis
. .
I constantly receiving sunDUes from tho North.
i. ...
dv wnicn arrang-ement he is enabled to have
r Ktoll DRUGS at all times. Harms been
the business for several years at the North,
tnmKs ne can oner his services as a Dnifrmstl
with confidence. His stock consists in nart
the following articles
...ii ,
Window Glass,"
Putty,
Maccoboy SnufT,
Kentucky Mustard, .
Starch,
- Pepper Ground
Cinnamon do
Ginger do
do Raco
Salaratus
Salt Petre,
Spanish Brown,
Venetian Red,
Brimstone,
- Flour Sulphur, '
Nutmegs,
Camphor,
Lemon Syrup, (Fine,)
Wafers,
Sweet Oil,
Alcohol,
Quinine,
Morphine,
Iodine,
Opodeldoc,
Patent Medicines,
Fine Candies, -
Cologne Water,
Florida do -
Lavendar do '
Vhite Lead,
Red do
Chrome Green,
do Yellow,
Paris Green,
Linseed Oil,
Sperm do
Lard do
Castor do
iTVinnprs do
j Black;
Tvorv A0
Vials, assorted,
Blacking,
Madder,
Indigo,
Fancy Soaps,
Spirits Turpentine,
Copal Varnish,
Japan do
Coach do
Paint Brushes
hoe do
1 Wall do
Hair do
Horse do
I Scotch Snuff,
Otto of Rose, &c. &.c.
All of the above articles will be sold low for
.... .
ers. "
Holly Springs, April 3, 1S45.
n5 tf.
General Orders, No. 6.
Head Quarters.
Jackson. Miss.. April 12, 1845.
ITIIT.1 T. .ll ..V, iUa l.riseiiin -
i.ix iiu iuiiu v iim c:iiiiii&xa i --' - k -1
i - o c . , .,, , .
pi Militia will parade tor rtnll ana review,
at the respective times and places, toliowing,
1 viz:
The 25th IkfHment, at Canton, on Ved-
nesday lith-daji-of JVIay inext. .
Aha 2UU JvCgimem, at UeilLOIl, OH A Iiurs -
dav 15 th f Mav.
The 2T0a Regiment, at Lexington; on
Friday 16th. of May.
The 37th," Regiment, at Carroll ton; on
Saturday 17th of Mav.
The 35th Regiment, at Charleston; on
L -
Monday 19th of May.
The 36th and 60th Regiments, at CofTee-
ville, on Wednesday 21st of May.
The 55th Regiment, at Oxford, on Fri
day 23d of May.
The 54th and Cist Regiments, at Panola,
on Monday 26 th of May.
The 51st Remment. at Hernando, on
Wednesday 23th of Mav.
The 50th and 57th Regiments, at Holly
Sprint. Fridav 30th of May.
The 49th and 5Sth Regiments at Ripley,
on Monday 2d day of June next.
, The 47th and 63d Regiments, at Jacinto
on Wednesday 4th of June.
The 46th and 59th Regiments, at Fulton,
on I riday 6th of June.
The 48 th Regiment, at Pontotoc, on Mon
day 9th of June. -
The 45th Regiment, at Houston, Wed
nesday 11th of June. , , ,
-Tho 17th and 64th Regiments, at Aber
deen, on Saturday 14th of June.
The 19th Regiment, at Columbus, on
Monday 16 th of June.
. The officers and non-commissioned officers
of said Regiments, will assemble for, drill and
inspection, at least one day previous to. their
respective reviews. The review will commence
at 10 o'clock, A. M.
" The Major Generals and Brigadier Gener
als, with their respective staffs, will attend the
reviews in their respective divisions and brig
ades. A return of tho strength of each regi
ment will be required of the commandant there
of on the" day of review.
By order of A. G BROWS, Commander-in-
chief. ; . ' B. C. BrcKLEv, .
' - : Adjutant General, Miss., Militia.
Jackson, April 46 1S45. ; 'r nS. 3U
EMPORItnl OF-MSHION.
- EPPES,
B.iRBU AND iuiB-DUESSEB,
TT OST respectfully announces to the public
i"- that he haa rfimnrpd to his new house on
the Public square two doors belo the Union
House, and has entered upon, the pleasing, but
arduous duties of his profession. He will take
occasion here to say, that of the many plans and
systems adopted in the art, he, with full confi
dence can assure the public that with tho latest
inventions, the work of his Own genius, he can
impart more ease and comfort to- the patient in
performing this delicate operation, than has
heretofore been practiced by the most skillful
and scientific operators.
He haa discovered that in the diagonal use
.... . ...
of the razor, which alone b peculiar to himseif,
none of those eradicating licks ever occur
which is so common to quacks and unskillful
performers. As soon as the razor comes in con
tact with the lace the patient almost immediate
ly sinks into a sweet and delicious sleep, and
produces dreams the most pleasing and de
lightful. . j .
: He would be happy, that you all would call
at the sign O. II. and test tlie importance and
practicability of this great invent!
Hollv Springs, My h 1&15. -
nO tf.
3I311JUS FIUCI2S CUIIEM
CU&BJXTED WEEKLY.
ARTTCUSj
Bacon, bog round,
Bawlvo, per j rd, Ky.
Bale Rcpil, per ft. Ky."
Butter. Frenh, per B..--
rt. cia,
5j 9 7
i:j to
31 (d 40
9 Ct 10
S C 4
CaMijc, jenu, per
Do tallow, mid. .
CATTft8 per t.--
Cheese. "
Chocolate.
8 ( 8
zo a Zj
. is m ii
. . 40 O SO
. 28 Oi 33
4 C Ci
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Mint Call 0
10 IX) Oil loo
7 Co I 00
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Corn Mut, per Lush.
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ca 6 ho
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of kCADBr'.i.r -'
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MoutaSEs, per jrall. .
r alia, rrr ft.
Oils, L!need, pr fa I. ..........
5prwt 1 inur, prr gal... .
Tanner' r-r bbl.
Porjc, pr WjI.... ,. .
Balk Pork. er 1....
PoTATOV, Iritb, pr Lb!. .......
Porter. Jndon, prdw
Do I'itUburc.ncr bhl.
RiCE,prr I, ,
Salt, Cr. Alum, pcr'.Mrk,
1 50 Ctt Oil
u riiovm, per " ......
Do. Kanawha, prrbuh.
40
:.12oo
.. 37
Ca 4)J
a ii oo
ca fio
SEGARa, Snanifh, r 1000.
I Mel. ixr boi.
Si OAR, rwr & -.
Do. Iw L per
6 C 8
14 ca tft
S (a Uj
25 Cti 35
20 Oi 21
1 W 2i
45 C M
!00 ca 2 25
ToRACCO, Ky, per
I Io V'a. prr I, .......... ..
Whiskev, Ratified. pr gal.....
Io. Virt' dia..
Bower's Whisket
White Lead, in old ktg ,
MIMII'IIIS 3IOXI2Y .11 AUK I7l
C)RB F.CTEIJ WIXKLY.
Cold,
Silver, i.
Mriuphta Benka.
priu
par
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1
35
1
2 d...
t?. S. Haiik Note..
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ca
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Kentucky, , . ... .
2 pre.
1 dia.
New Orleana," . ,.
i
Virginia,
- par Ca
ca
5 ca
- 50 ca
I ca
. 85 ca
1 ca
- 2 dia
pre.
10 dia.
Indiana,
' Alabama,
Arkarua,
f.Odi.
Nortber Jlitiik of MiiMppi.
2 di
90 dia,
2 pre,
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I i. v. " vi . t 1 1 ai i is in.
A'Etv oiti.K a.8.iio.m:y .llAKKirr.
CORftECTKU tTUKI I.
WKSTLRN
11 AA KS.
Piscot;nt.
t ca l
5 ca io
k ca, I
i ca i
Cincinnati, ...........
Ohio Country Bank,.,
Kentucky, '
Indiana
State Bank of Illinoi
.40
40
2
40
ca 41
ca 4t
ca ii
ca 45
(lank of Illinoiii, hawnetow n.
J eiiiirt e Hauk,
i Arkausaa ......
NKW ORLEANS C1TV BANKS.
Rank of Louisiana, para perie
tlai Bank, ,. pa) n rie
.Meclianica ti Trade r Bnk ! iK-rie
l 'nion Bank,.. .... .. ....... pat a aperie
Citr Bank, , -, ' ...-paya reie
Louisiana Stale Bank ! apeoe
Carrolllon Bank irie
CauBl Bank...
payt specie
tiara ie.cie
-in
I i.oiiimerriai iinnn,--..
i conaolidatd Hank... 18
Ca 20 Discount
ca 19 do do
I';""'" L, n V" H"'"r "i j A
Ca 50 - da
do
do
do
do
I Improrenieot Bank, do 70 Ctt 72 do
o do ;.; i j-
notes of the -municipalities..
i Municipality Tso. One... par.
Muninpnlitr fs, o. Two..
pay rCl
niumciiMiii wi. ibi.. 7J is 7
10 75
do do
United St Bank, IVote. (,).. 25 Ot 30
Alabama Slate Rank and Braachcc. ft CO
Planter. Bank VoX JNcrU-, Aalc'ii..f0 Ca 61
Arirultnral t'o.t .otea---. 24 Cd 30
Grand Gulf,...- .... .... 45 ca 47
Miiipfii Union. M ca 87
Commercial &. R. R. BmiiL. Vi.kburg. 85 C.a 87
Port GibfOD. .
Georgia Bonks,-. .. ............ .t .
do
do
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Virginia and South Carolina,
JOH.N M. TAVIXlR,
I. S..GLF.N.
TAYLOR & GLENN,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW,
JACKSON, MISS.
"Kf ILL practice in the Court of Appeals, the
" Superior. Court of Chancery and Federal
Court at Jackson, tho Circuit of Hinds and ad
joining Counties. . .
March 27, 1845. n4-ly.
4444 BMBMAKB
rjJlHE co-partnership heretofore exwling be
tween the.nndersigned at Nashville and
Memphis, under the firm and stvte of Bcrrv &
Tannehill, was dissolved by mutual agreement
on the' 1st of March, 1845. The business at
ISashviIle will be conducted by W. T. Derry, and
inn at ineraphis by v. r. 1 nnnehill.
W. TV DKRRY,
. " W. F. TANNEHILL.
April 10, IS 15. '. . nO-
CITY HOOK STORK.
fjp HE subscriber returns his thanks for the
liberal patronage extended to tho late firm
of Berry &. Tannehill, and wonld inform the
public, that he will continue the Rook and Sta
tionary business, at the old stand, on Jefferson
street, adjoining the Commercial Hotel, where
will bo found a general assortment of Books,
Stationary and cheap Publication, at the low
est Cash prices. "
WIUUA'S F. TANNEHILL. .
Memphis, April 10, 1845. : ri6.
NEAV PUBLICATIONS.
WE 1ko jast received a new supply of' the
following popular works:
Agincourt, by James Prairie Bird; "
Ten Thousand a Year ;
Sydney Smith's Works cheap edit'onf
Punchiana; Punch's Labors of Ilerctiles. '
Punch's Heathen "Mythology
Story of a Feather ; , -Major
Jones' Courtship; ...
Charcoal Sketches Young Kate;
Valentine Vox. .
MORRILL At STAFFORD,
' CHANCERY SALE.
jrarRsrAjrr to an Interlocutory Decree of tho
District chancery court of the State of
jnssissippl atHoll' Swings, in tho suit of James
Brown againrt Haywood Cozart, I will on Sat
urday the 24th day of May, at tho coirrt-houso
in the town of Oxford, sell to the highest bidder
on a credit of six months, the purchaser giving
bond widi rood security, bearing interest from
day of sale, the followmg descnb lands, to
wit: section 4 and the East half of section 5,
township 8, Range 4 west, irf Lafayette county.
JAMES Cj ALDERSOS,
april 24, 18-15. 5wr.S.' Com'r.
LAHPS, LXCC'TS, CStS, OAS3, &0.
71 fTT ob "Ptt Gass, 10 do Lard Oil; 10 do
iivV Lamp oil; 10 do Alcohol; 10 do' spirit,
Turpentine; 5 do Train oil 12 doz. Britania
spirit Gas Lamps; 12 doz. Glass Lard Lamps;
10 gTOss flat Lam n wick, just ree'dand for sale bv
ajril 24 J R. Ch1VT1A ii CO., Mrmphi. '
Ji K. CIIHISTIAX cV CO.
MEMPHIS, TENX-
And WhoksiUc and Retail Dealers in
Window Glas.
Hint Glass Ware,
Glass Lamps,
Britannia do
Lard do
Hot tie Cok;
Botanic Medicines,
Stockton's Teeth.
Dentists Files.
do Jutiiruincttti,
Surf eons d
Illarking,
.Madiler,
Fancy Si-nps,
White 1 rul,
I.inef d Oil,
Spts, TurKM)in,
Copal Varnuh,
Jujun do
Coach do
Black do
Portrait do
Mastic do
Lamp
Ijrd do
Paint Bright.',
Lamp B!ut k,
Indigo, f
Patent Mci!ii. hh,
Vial da
Garden Seed,
Gras . do
Hair Brushesi;
Horso do
Tooth do .
Blacking Brushes
pirit Cass, .
Brandy and Wine?,
Shop Furniture,
S9orted nils.
Castor Oil Bottle.
tnnn Synip do
Wino Bottlesf,
aier,
Stealing Wax,
Gold Foil,
Also Knglihh, French and Atiu'rican ch
iifui-
icals, together with a constant vupply of Simps
and Perfumeries of the most opproied brands.
I'cbrurary 3, 1815- I y
IMSTKUAIi:.TN.
affl a it a tff ww L- a f fy l-.k tnctrii a ai f
I r
0 v Wnv t, v trV3 uinu uiin ill."',
panning do, oo American ypting Lancets,
5 doiiilrcrdo, 100 1'vans best thumb do, 1 lox.
American Scarificators, 2 duz Sealpal,,.l il.f n
Gum I .ai. celts, 3 doz Trocars,' 1 di.z Tournigei),
00 Tonth forceps, 100 Turn-key do, 2 dz Sil
ver CaUieters, .'UK) Gum Klastic Cnthrters, .1(0
do Bodies, 100 Metnllic do, 1 doz U d mn, m'h
ton needles anJ a general assortment of I.nuci t
cases, just received and for pale by
J It Ciihistian A:, CO.,
Aprilt21 Jefiurpon btn et, MiinpliM.
TO TllKJLAlMi:.
"ffOR their uso wo have fancy sonps, H rfu
mcricsof all kinds, hairbrushes, txih !,
bufialo and tortoise shell dressing combs; ju.t
received and for sale by J R Ciikitian At ru,
npril 21 Jcficrson t, Mmphis.
n KHAMltM. rcilt Till: IIAIH.
rniHE nwst celebrated compound vuh, re.
cently discovered in KurtiM; just received
and for sale by J R Ciibitian to,
Sole Agents for Trnnessec
npril 'Jl JelR-rtion Ft Memphis.
" ' 4:t)t m:ai
oStfM6 KI'(i'S hitoyad,(pure,) a g uer
9jfTyjr aj assortment of paint hruhcg, shoo
do, clot h do, flesh do, scrubbing do, horse do;
HKX) pound black Lead, f(M) lbs red I a.t. WM1
do.Lctharge, 1000 do dry white I,t al,jusi n.
ccivedand for sale by J R Chbistian A: in,
April VI Jefferson st Memphi.
HIKIM1W I : I. A KM.
BOXES M by 10, 20 do 10 l.y 12, 20 do
12 by 11, 20 do 12 by 10, V0 do 12 by
1, -JO do 12 by 20 window Glass, sujerior to n.
ny article ever offered in thi market, beinir
manufactured by McCuIly Si to. 1'itt.sburir. in
eluding a largo and splendid assortment of look
ing glass Plate, just received and for sale by
J It ClIRlHTIA't Cl fO,
-apnlgt Jcirerson st. Memphis.
25 D0Xra Vrghua Tobacco, A. No. 1,
V. juet received and fir gale by
J. R. ChrhtLm ro.,
apit21 Jeffi-rson st: M 'mphi.i.
rOKTUAir I'AlNTf :um.
A FINE a,wrtment of your jirushea, lnt
U- fjuality, just received and for Kate by
J. II. Christian V co..
April 21
Jefferson St. Metnphia.
CAura of HrinriHtone, f bbli Flower Sulphur,
" S d Ivory Black. Udo Ulacki hi?. 2 do Cuv-
enne Pepper, 1 doz. do Gum Myrrh, 1 doz. do
Gum camphor, 2 do IJIack Varnish, 5 do lla-
ter Paris, just received and for pale by
J. 11. Chrxsttan y co.,
aprll 21 Jefferson st. Memphis.
9& lova I..ilar.. L3IM R J . 4 I 4 r .1
utmsiif u. ii vifj UJKJ Till.
ic tjy
J. 11. Christian c co.,
JeHerson st. Memphis.
april2l
&&h BAGS spice, 20 do pepper, 20 bn7t
(jinperf J bbl. cloves, 150 lbs Nutmeirs.
75 lbs Mace, just received nnd for sale by
J. 11. Chrutian c co.,
aprll 21 J ffi-rnoii st. Memphis.
Z Sfhoons Indigo, 2 bbls Madder, 5 do cop.
peras, 10 do IiOgwfK)d, 5 do cam wckmI, 2
do Nic wood, 3 do Fostie, just received and for
sale by Ji Jl. Christian A; co.,
npril 24 Jclferson st. Memphis.
Tf tfferfl) IBS. Pari5 Green, 100 chrom yel.
J-Vtr low, and 100 lbs. Paris (Jrecn cround.
just received and for sale by
J. 11. Christian S; co., ,
april 21 Jefferson st. ntcmphij.
ftf casks Preserved Ginger, 10 do fmo Pickles
assorted, 5 do Pepper sauce, 5 do Mustard,
just received and for sale by
J; II. Christian of co,,
april 24 Jeflerson st. Memphis.
TTHXWlSTnX MLHCIf AXTS A. I'llVHin AN1.
dBtfli Packaoes of Frebh Drills, Medjciriv,
tP Paints, Oils, Dye StuQs &c, j..t re
ceivod from the Importers, and for sale by
april 21 . J. H. Christian Sf co., Memphis.
BXCDZCXNAX. WtDZCS tk IHLaXIDLCa.
4 An c. L ....n.n l.An.l r. ..1. . . ...
5 do teneriflb wine, 5 do holla nd pvn,
selected expressly forthe sick, and told only t
thernjust received and fr salo by
april 21 J. II. Christian y co.. Memphis.
ft! Carboys Oil Vitriol; 5 do Muriatic Aed;
5 do NiOic acid; 1 do Nitrus acid; 1 di
Acetic acid; 6 do spirits Nitre; 5 do "Aqua A
monia, just received and for sale by ,
april U J. It CiifciTi i & co . Mui h.!
lillASS -'AItI)i:N
TI tfUD IMs., Grass Si, including Uim
jA.lJ"jr prass, Orcliard, timothy, herds, mil
lit, clover, Ittmp and canary seed; 4 Ixixes Lan-
dreth's, composing every variety, just received
and for sale ly J. IL Christian A co..
'Pr" . , . irtTemon t. Mm.
SdtflD (-l, Quinine; 50 do vorphinc; 50
lbs Gum Opium; 25 Iki Pulv'd do;
100 ozs. Hydriodate Potash; 50 do loiJine Iron;
25 do Iodido nercury; 25 IU t itrate Iron; 20 do
Phosphate Iron; lOOdoProoep'd tarb Iron; 20(1
do- rust Iron; 100 do Pruciate lion, togeth
er with a supply of Stricknin, Ernst inc. Pi t
ine, iucluding every variety of chemicals; just
received snd for sale by ,
april 24 J R. f.usiiiits ft, Mj-it
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